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The '''School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences''' (, '''EHESS''') is a leading France|French institution for research and higher education in the social sciences (understood in a very large sense: Economics with Paris School of Economics and Toulouse School of Economics, Finance, Cognitive science|Cognitive Sciences, Humanities, Political science|Political Sciences, Applied mathematics|Applied Mathematics, International relations|International Relations, Anthropology, History, Philosophy, Law etc.). Its administrative status allows its selection process to be selective. EHESS has educated for decades research and political elites and its professors (known as "directeurs d'études") are famous around the world (from economics as Thomas Piketty and Nobel Prize Jean Tirole, historians such as Fernand Braudel|Braudel or Lucien Febvre|Febvre and...
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